Arnnon Geshuri's father, Yosef Geshuri, is a clinical psychologist with a Ph.
14 Facts About Arnnon Geshuri
Arnnon Geshuri has a younger brother Oren and an older sister Dorrit, both of whom graduated with university degrees.
Arnnon Geshuri graduated from Monache High School in 1987, and Porterville College in 1989.
Arnnon Geshuri received a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of California, Irvine, and a master's degree in industrial and organizational psychology from San Jose State University.
Arnnon Geshuri was the Vice President of People Operations and Director of Global Staffing at E-Trade Financial Corporation.
Arnnon Geshuri was the senior director of human resources and staffing at Google, where he worked from 2004 to 2009 and oversaw all aspects of recruitment.
In one incident, after hearing of a complaint from Steve Jobs of Apple, Arnnon Geshuri told Google's chairman Eric Schmidt that a recruiter for Google who had tried to hire an Apple employee would be "terminated within the hour" for the action, pursuant to what Schmidt called "a policy of no recruiting from Apple".
Arnnon Geshuri said that such terminations were taking place "every six months or so", despite efforts to make sure recruiters were aware of the policy.
Arnnon Geshuri maintained what he called a "Do Not Call list" of companies Google would avoid recruiting from.
Arnnon Geshuri was the vice president of human resources at Tesla Inc from November 2009.
Arnnon Geshuri said the company was committed to bringing manufacturing jobs "back to California".
Arnnon Geshuri placed an emphasis on hiring military veterans in large numbers.
Arnnon Geshuri left Tesla in May 2017, with Tesla saying he would be "taking a short break before moving on to a new endeavor".
Arnnon Geshuri was appointed to the Wikimedia Foundation's board of trustees in January 2016 for a two-year term.